Not only did the family become famous on TikTok — have you seen their dances?! — but they learned to lean on their loved ones even more so.
"It’s a roll-with-the-punches kind of situation," Boss, who works on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, exclusively tells OK! about parenting in these tough times. "Seriously, it’s been everything, to be quite honest. The last year, the last and a half, has been one for the books, definitely, but what it has given us [is] a lot of quality time as a family."
He continues, "The way that Allison and I have been working over the past year, it’s a lot of quality time that we might not have had a chance to have, you know. We’ve had a lot of time at home with the kids, and we cherish that."
While it's been mostly all fun and games in the couple's house, Holker, 33, admits "there's been a lot of conversations" with their kids about what's going on in the world.
"They’ve had to see a lot, but at the same time, there’s been so much growth in our family," she gushes. "It feels like even though we were already very close as a unit, this year has brought us together, and I feel like we’re stronger than ever together."
At the end of the day, the duo — who share kids Weslie, 12, Maddox, 5, Zaia, 16 months — are happy that this time has "forced us to slow down."
"I think that’s something we’re going to miss once we get back to a normal," the DJ, 38, shares.
"The general respect level already existed in our family, but I think from this time, everyone’s patience with each other, everyone's grown, everyone is watching each other. It has ups and downs, having to come together, [but] it really just made us unify and made us grow even more respect," the blonde beauty explains of her tight bond with her kiddos.